Etymology

1. dimple

verb. ['ˈdɪmpəl'] mark with, or as if with, dimples.

Etymology

  • dympull (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Dimple

  • strimple
  • simple
  • pimple
  • kimple
  • kimpel
  • gimpel

How do you pronounce dimple?

Pronounce dimple as ˈdɪmpəl.

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Sentences with dimple


1. Noun, singular or mass
The dimple will give the drill bit something to grab on to when it starts spinning.

2. Verb, base form
The fruit can dimple and pit, or sink in and appear shriveled.

Quotes about dimple


1. You wanted to lick my face the first time you saw me? Is that usually what you do when you’re attracted to guys?” I shake my head. “Not your face, your dimple. And no. You’re the only guy I’ve ever had the urge to lick.” He smiles at me confidently. “Good. Because you’re the only girl I’ve ever had the urge to love.
- Colleen Hoover, Hopeless

2. dimple

noun. ['ˈdɪmpəl'] any slight depression in a surface.

Synonyms

  • depression
  • impression

Antonyms

  • high
  • euphoria
  • happiness

Etymology

  • dympull (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. dimple

noun. ['ˈdɪmpəl'] a chad that has been punched or dimpled but all four corners are still attached.

Synonyms

  • dimpled chad
  • pregnant chad

Antonyms

  • detach
  • add
  • ignore

Etymology

  • dympull (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. dimple

verb. ['ˈdɪmpəl'] produce dimples while smiling.

Etymology

  • dympull (Middle English (1100-1500))

5. dimple

noun. ['ˈdɪmpəl'] a small natural hollow in the cheek or chin.

Synonyms

  • depression
  • impression

Antonyms

  • natural elevation
  • psychotic depression
  • neurotic depression

Etymology

  • dympull (Middle English (1100-1500))
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